GSIC - STEADES celebrates its 10 Year Anniversary
IATA’s Safety Trend Evaluation, Analysis and Data Exchange System (STEADES) was launched on 9 October 2001. At its launch, STEADES was made up of approximately 40 airlines sharing data, with 10 airlines providing direct oversight and supporting its propagation throughout the IATA community and the industry at large. Ten years later, STEADES is comprised of 134 airlines contributing pilot and cabin safety reports to the global database.
STEADES forms a solid foundation for IATA’s Global Safety Information Center (GSIC). IATA uses the global incident data to identify precursors to accidents, areas of concern and emerging issues. IATA then works with industry stakeholders to help resolve or develop mitigations, bringing direct benefits back to the airlines.
STEADES participants will benefit from a number of new enhancements that will be introduced throughout the coming year in commemoration of the tenth anniversary.
For more information on how to join STEADES, contact firstname.lastname@example.org